HYDERABAD: Hyderabad School Parents Association (HSPA) Joint Secretary Venkat Sainath on Saturday issued a statement urging the state government to make 70 per cent of the syllabus for simplification of the class x examination. The state government should reduce it further. Only 50% of the syllabus in the tenth paper should be questioned.
HSPA Joint Secretary Venkat Sainath on Saturday issued a statement requesting the state government to further reduce the question paper preparation from a part of the 70 per cent syllabus to simplify the class 10 th examination. Only 50% of the syllabus in the tenth paper should be questioned.
Joint Secretary of HSPA Venkat Sainath has urged the state government to be strict in preventing any school from appearing for any student for any reason. In fact, even if he does not deposit the amount of school fee, he should not be prevented from appearing in the written examination.
He requested the government to take strict action against any school if any student was prevented from appearing in the examination. If he still has any student DU left, it can be collected at the time of the transfer certificate from the school.
He requested the government to send the study material in the form of videos and also in the form of questions and answers. HSPA has requested the government to conduct virtual classes on a school-wise basis. It also appealed to all students to make video recordings of virtual classes.
It should be noted that the HSPA has taken this decision keeping in mind this academic year of students to avoid attending any competitive examinations at the national level like NEET and JEE (G).